Bare root hedging plant are field grown plants that are the most cost effective way of planting a hedge, as they are field grown plants they are only available to plant from November until April when the plants go dormant. At Perfect for Plants we offer a wide range of varieties and sizes all with a healthy root systems to ensure your hedge will thrive. Our bare root hedges are delivered direct from the grower to your door anywhere in the UK in boxes using local couriers for speedy delivery. We understand Bare root plants might seem more complicated than planting the likes of pot grown plants so we are more than happy to help advise and guide you through your order, please call or email us for any advice.

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Alder (Alnus Glutinosa)

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Alder or Alnus Glutinosa is a native deciduous hedging plant. This native variety is popular as part of a native mixed hedgerow, it is a very wildlife friendly species and extremelly hardy and will do well in all soil types and locations, this adaptable variety will even tolerate water logged locations.

Beech (Fagus Sylvatica)

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Beech or Fagus Sylvatica is one of the most popular native hedges in UK. Famous for its magnificent autumn colour, green leaves in summer turn a copper like colour in the autumn and although a deciduous variety it can retain some foliage to offer some coverage over the winter months (subject to weather and exposed locations).

Bird Cherry (Prunus Padus)

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Bird cherry or Prunus Padus is a native hedging plant that is popular in a mixed native hedge. This deciduous variety has white flowers in spring followed by berries in the summer making this popular with local wildlife.

Blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa)

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Blackthorn or Prunus Spinosa is a popular native decidous hedging variety most commonly used in a mixed native hedgerow.

Box (Buxus Sempervirens)

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Box or Buxus is most commonly used for creating a low formal hedge. With many benefits Box is native, Evergreen

Cherry Laurel (Prunus Rotundifolia)

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Cherry Laurel or Prunus Rotundifolia is the most popular evergreen hedging plant in the UK. The glossy evergreen leaves, quick growth rate and the density in which it grows makes it extremely popular for creating screenage.

Crab Apple (Malus Sylvestris)

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Crab apple or Malus Sylvestris is a native deciduous hedge plant. It has lovely pink flowering in the spring and summer before berries in the autumn making this popular with local wildlife.

Dog Rose (Rosa Canina)

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Dog rose or Rosa Canina is a native deciduous hedge plant. It has lovely pink and white flower in the summer followed by berries in the autumn, a popular wildlife friendly variety that helps give shelter and food.

Elder (Sambucus)

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Elder or Sambucus is a native deciduous hedging plant. Elder flowers in summer and is followed by black elder berries which are rich in vitamin C in the autumn.

Field Maple (Acer Campestre)

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Field maple or Acer campestre is a native, deciduous hedge plant. Field maple is great to use as part of a mixed native hedgerow with small yellow flowers in the summer and is a popular wildlife friendly variety.

Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna)

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Hawthorn or Crataegus monogyna is one of the most popular native hedgerow varieties. A deciduous variety that has a quick growth rate and is a key component in rural mixed native hedges.

Hazel (Corylus Avellana)

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Hazel or Corylus Avellana is a native deciduous hedging plant. Most commonly used in a mixed native hedge this is wildlife friendly variety which flowers in spring and nuts that are ripe in september that the squirrels love.

Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)

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Hornbeam or Carpinus Betulus is a popular native hedge that produces wonderful autumn colour similar to Beech hedging. A nice dense green screen in summer that is a great wind and noise break, turning a copper colour in the autumn and can retain some foliage throughout the winter depending on weather and if exposed.

Oak (Quercus Robur)

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Oak or Quercus Robur is a historic English native tree. This traditional british tree can also be used as a hedging plant and is mainstay of the English countryside.

Privet (Ligustrum Ovalifolium)

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Privet or Ligustrum Ovalifolium is a popular evergreen Hedging plant. With small oval leaves this dark green hedge is popular for making dense compact hedging almost box like when mature, although it is evergreen it can when young or during extreme cold spells drop it leaves.